Helpful votes received on reviews: 64% (47 of 73)


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Tayos Gold: The Archives of Atlantis by Stan Hall
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I would buy this book on Kindle but it's too expensive, how can Kindle possibly charge over 9 for and electronic copy when the actual hard copy of the book I could own and feel is only a few pounds more! I for one would download a lot more books from Kindle if the price of the books wasn't so extortionit! What do they won't, people will only end up (dare I say the word) jail breaking their Kindles and downloading books for free and rip-off copies, something I for one do not want to do. Let's leave this review here as a decent discussion, and if anyone can please tell me why currently Kindle books are so expensive please feel free to comment.

Ancient Aliens: Complete Season 2 [DVD] [2010] [Re&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Artist Not Provided
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I watched this series on History Channel recently with great interest. This series is actually better than the 1st as the latter was old hat to me having read nearly all of the books over the last 15 years of those authors interviewed through out the program. It amazes me however that Graham Hancock is interviewed time and time again, he is not a firm proponent of the Ancient Astronaut view, and he is being taken completely out of context. When asked about Gobekli Tepe, he states "in my view what we are looking at here is clear evidence of a forgotten episode in human history" he doesn't even mention the word Extra Terrestrial. Something that is very hard for Erich Von Daniken whom can't… Read more
The Day after Roswell by Philip Corso
The Day after Roswell by Philip Corso
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I cannot Stress this enough, this book is not a HOAX! This idea was perpetuated by the CIA. The book was initially intercepted in some States and was originally published with a forward stating that it was all entirely fictitious. Obviously the cover up still continues. I have heard an Interview with Colonel Philip Corso on ART Bell Radio show ( check it out on YouTube, highly recommended ) he explains all this. Also he initially started writing the book as a memoir for his Grandchildren so they would have something to remember him by. He wonted to write about what he was involved in during the Cold War. Therefore I doubt he would make a mockery of them or his memory. Those who say there's… Read more

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